Since Freedesktop SDK 20.08, the ARM 32-bits platform is no longer supported.
However there is one major platform, which despite not shipping with flatpak installed, is ARM 32-bit. And it’s the Raspberry Pi. And with the Raspberry Pi 400 it touted also as a Personal Computer. I bought one. And it ships with Raspberry Pi OS which is 32-bits (it’s the new name or Raspian, a Debian Buster based armv7hf distribution)
Sadly the official 64-bits OS still isn’t ready. While there are alternatives, we all know that the default setup is usually the one dominating in marketshare, and supporting it is the most user experience.
So I was wondering what it would take to revisit ARM 32-bits support.